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Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM
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Augmented reality - from gimmick to BIM

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Pecha Kucha presentation on augmented reality and BIM, given by Paul Wilkinson at ThinkBIM event in Leeds, on 18 April 2013.

Pecha Kucha presentation on augmented reality and BIM, given by Paul Wilkinson at ThinkBIM event in Leeds, on 18 April 2013.

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  • 1. pwcom.co.ukThinkBIM – May 2013ThinkBIMAugmented realityPaul Wilkinson@EEPaul(pwcom.co.uk)
  • 2. 2Augmented reality?“live, direct or indirect, view of a physical,real-world environment whose elements areaugmented by computer-generated sensoryinput such as sound, video, graphics or GPSdata.”(Wikipedia)
  • 3. 3AR hardware componentsProcessorDisplaySensorsInput devicesTypically, a tablet or smartphone with camerasensors such as accelerometer, GPS andsolid state compass
  • 4. 4AR in sport broadcasting on television
  • 5. 5
  • 6. 6
  • 7. 7AR for interior design, furniture sales, etc
  • 8. 8AR and mapping
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  • 12. 12Location-specific photos, docs, wiki?
  • 13. 13
  • 14. 14Location + augmented reality + dataMobile location-specific visualisation?
  • 15. 15AR for visualisation
  • 16. 16SNOW Architects• Daqri.com mobileweb app builder• iPhone, iPad,Android apps toview MicrostationBIMsBIM visualisation via AR and QR codes?
  • 17. 17
  • 18. 18Temporary works visualisation(Photo: courtesy of Costain/Network Rail)
  • 19. 19Task support
  • 20. 20Real-time building services (or other) data?“Internet of Things”Real-time feedback onbuilding performance

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